Grace Schaub studied English at George Washington University where she founded an arts student organization, interned at the National Endowment for the Arts and Mural Arts Philadelphia, and worked at Glenstone Museum in Potomac, Maryland. Her passion for the arts and protecting creativity has led her to pursue a career in intellectual property law (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law), which is the intersection of encouraging and preserving innovation in all of its forms. She is interested in pursuing a legal career that will marry her personal passion for art with her professional interests for protecting creativity through the law.
Grace values the right to creativity and has played the piano since the age of two and performed on the grand stage at Carnegie Hall, danced in a ballet company for 15 years, and painted still life in her town’s local art studio. She continues to practice and hone these skills personally, and her professional ambitions have evolved to include the arts as well.
Grace looks forward to her time with PVLA and being a part of a unique nonprofit organization that empowers artists and cultural organizations by providing pro bono legal services throughout the Philadelphia area because she believes that art makes the world a better place. Her dream law job is an in-house position at a museum or gallery.